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Consumer Spending Growth Slowing


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Most people still think that while manufacturing has slowed, with the consumer in good shape -- and accounting for over two-thirds of GDP -- overall economic growth should be fine. 

ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan joined CNBC to discuss how this narrative doesn't add up, and that weaker U.S. consumer spening means recession risk can't be taken off the table.

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